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We have a big-ass whiteboard in the Toolmonger office, and it’s often a centerpiece for creative work. There’s nothing nicer than having lots of space to spread out a group’s ideas and kick them around visually. So when it comes to whiteboards, bigger is indeed better. But what if you want to turn an entire wall into a whiteboard? Sure, people have been doing this for a while now, but it’s been more the sort of thing you’d see a startup blow VC money on than something you could do at home or in a small business environment. Thankfully, that’s changed.

We found a couple of pretty good-looking options, which we present here from the most expensive to the least.

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